[H-GEN] P4 vs Athlon
sarahhollings at optushome.com.au
Thu May 2 06:16:45 EDT 2002
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On Wednesday 01 May 2002 15:06, David Jericho spake thus:
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> On Wed, May 01, 2002 at 02:16:43PM +1000, Ewan Edwards wrote:
> > > Convection cooled disappeared with 486. Everything has to have a fan
> > > these days - even some chips on motherboard other than the CPU.
> > What ever happened to the Crusoe processor from Transmeta - wasn't heat
> > one of its claims to fame?
I have one running in my work's Vaio - pretty good.
> I'm wondering what sort of heatsink design, and case layout would be
> used to keep an Athlon or P4 cool, and running at high speed without
> the need for a fan (or minimal rpm fan).
> There is the obvious problem of so much heat in such a small ærea, but
> surely the same problem has been addresses in other devices.
> I'd love to replace my heatsink and fan combination with a noiseless
> solution, as my machine currently lives in my bedroom.
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